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View the Magna Carta Memorial

View the Magna Carta Memorial

National Trust, Runnymede

Runnymede Borough Council
Runnymede Civic Centre
Station Road
Addlestone
Surrey
KT15 2AH

Email: communitydevelopment@runnymede.gov.uk
Website: www.runnymede.gov.uk

Runnymede Borough Council

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Magna Carta Memorial, Runnymede

A memorial for the sealing of Magna Carta by King John in 1215.

Chertsey Museum.

Chertsey Museum

Museum displaying local history and archaeology and historic costumes and accessories. Shop and...

Towns & Villages

Chertsey

Chertsey

The historical town of Chertsey has a number of listed buildings including the Cedars, home to...

Egham High Street

Egham

Egham town dates from 900-700BC and is close to Runnymede Meadow, now managed by the National...

St Pauls Church

Addlestone

The name Addlestone is thought to derive from “Attel’s Denu” meaning the valley belonging to Attel....

Virginia Water

Virginia Water

The village of Virginia Water located in north west Surrey has a variety of shops and good train...

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The Rise of the Scientific Society

The Rise of the Scientific Society

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Managing sustainably through accounting without numbers

Managers rely on a variety of information to effectively and efficiently run their operations. Much...

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Russia and 1914: Nothing new to say?

One hundred years to the day after a mass strike in Petrograd launched what became the February...

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